Maharashtra Gram Panchayat Election 2020 Results are out

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  • Maharashtra Gram Panchayat Elections 2020 results are declared yesterday on 18th of January, 2020 which marked the opposition BJP as the single largest party although Shiv Sena-led MVA alliance party scored 2205 seats.
  • Congress bags over 4,000-gram panchayats in Maharashtra; 80%-gram panchayats won by the Maha Vikas Aaghadi. According to the official sources, Shiv Sena won 1446, NCP won 1211 seats, while the congress manages to win 994 seats. MNS, a small party of women workers won 29 seats whereas the independents and others together won 1348 seats. BJP scored 1373 seats in total emerging as the party with the highest votes and seats.
  • Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) ruled by Shiv Sena comprises of Shiv Sena party itself, NCP, as well as Congress. NCP alone has secured 221 seats whereas the Congress party secured 147. On the other hand, compared to these parties MVA-led parties, BJP has secured 266 seats in total emerging as the single largest party to win over such a huge range of seats. This fact was itself declared by the former CM and the present leader to BJP party in Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis.
  • The main takeaway is that the Sena, which had the image of a largely urban party, has enlarged its footprint in rural Maharashtra at the cost of BJP, helped no doubt by the fact that the MVA, headed by a Sena chief minister, is in power in the state. But it lost ground in its traditional turf Konkan to sworn opponent Narayan Rane,who delivered in the region for the BJP.
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  • Maharashtra Gram Panchayat Race vote tallying started at 9 AM on Monday. 14,000-gram panchayats in 34 areas in Maharashtra went to surveys on January 15, in the midst of strict COVID-19 conventions. 14 Thane locale towns have boycotted the gram panchayat decisions requesting to be a portion of the Navi Mumbai Civil Enterprise. There are 27,920-gram panchayats and 36 locales within the state. The gram panchayats are considered the 3rd level of administration.
  • Maharashtra Congress president Balasaheb Thorat claimed that 80 per cent of the seats in Gram Panchayats that went to surveys were won by the constituents of the MVA. This drive to the winning of 4000-gram panchayats for Congress in total.
A polling officer marks a voters’ finger with ink as she casts her vote at a local polling station for the state Assembly elections at Raisar Village of Jaipur District, Rajasthan ,India on Friday, Dec 07,2018.(Photo By Vishal Bhatnagar/NurPhoto via Getty Images) (Photo by Vishal Bhatnagar/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
  • According to the Maharashtra State Election Commissioner UPS Madan, there are 20,000-odd seats where members have already been elected unopposed. At least 14 Thane district villages have boycotted the gram panchayat elections to press for their demand to be a part of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation.
  • Polling for elections to atop 14,000-gram panchayats among 34 on the aggregate 36 districts of the western administration had made area of Friday. There are 27,920-gram panchayats within Maharashtra. However, over in regard to 20,000-odd seats, individuals bear meanwhile been choice unopposed. At least 14 Thane district villages boycotted the gram panchayat elections in imitation of press because theirs claim after standing a portion of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation.
  • According to the State Election Commission, the voting for 162-gram panchayats in six talukas of Gadchiroli, a Naxal-hit district, will be held on January 20.
  • About 1.25 lakh candidates regarding Monday rose victorious among the Gram Panchayat elections departed within Maharashtra remaining week, the effect who the ruling claimed a “huge win” while the opposition BJP talked about it had occur abroad stronger.
  • The party panels were deflected by several political parties or local leaders instead of fighting on party symbols.
  • According to the state electoral commission, around 2,41,598 candidates in total were running after reviewing and withdrawing nominations, the rest 26,718 candidates had no rivals, therefore, they were declared unhindered.
  • On December 11th last year, elections were announced for 14,234 grams of panchayats, but some local government agencies held all or part of the elections without opposing candidates. Later the elections got delayed mainly because of the natural calamity of coronavirus.
  • Permission was granted by the state election commission to those people who were suffering from the coronavirus infection or those who are in quarantine to visit the polling booth or state half-an hour before the ending of the poll so that even they can cast their vote.
  • According to a Free Press Journal report, there was a dispute between two groups over voting in Tale Hipparga village in North Solapur taluka. 2 groups hurled stones at each other during the polls in Solapur district. The altercation soon escalated into a brawl, 3 to 4 activists from both groups were injured in the pelting. A dispute broke out between two groups near the polling station in Kusegaon, voters complained about the breakdown of EVMs in Kolhapur and Nashik districts.
  • Polls were boycotted by at least 14 villages with a demand to become the part of the Navi Mumbai Corporation.
  • Even though the entire election process went smoothly there were certain gram panchayats which were cancelled due to the evidences that caught them from auctioning of the posts of the sarpanchs and other members. The poll panel cancelled the election process of these two places namelyUmrane and Khondamali gram panchayats in Nashik and Nandurbar districts, respectively.
  • Gram Panchayat polls witness 79% voter turnout where around 12, 711-gram panchayats got spread across 34 districts in Maharashtra. this information was personally declared by State Election Commissioner UPS Madan. The elections for the rest 14,234 grams panchayats were announced on 11 December 2020.
  • The NCP has won all 3-gram panchayats in Nagpur’s Katol taluka. Anil Deshmukh, Maharashtra Home Minister, represented the Katol Assembly seat. The results for 6 out of the 17 seats have been declared in Nasik’s Sayyed Pimpri gram Panchayat and Congress’ gram Vikas panel won all 6 seats.
  • Below given is a complete list of districts and number of gram panchayats won in each respective district. The lowest number of gram panchayats won by any district is Palghar with 3 seats only whereas the highest number goes to the Nanded district with 1013 seats.
Sl. No.DistrictsDistrict-wise no. of gram panchayats

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Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Election Results 2019

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Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Elections were held on last Monday i.e. on 21st October 2019 for all the 288 Assembly Constituencies. To win the election one has to get 145 seats out of 288 seats. The counting of votes started this morning and the results of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly elections are as follows

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For Majority: 145 Required

Maharashtra Election Final Result:

BJP has won 105 seats, shiv sena party has won 56 seats, NCP has won 54 seats, Congress party has won 44 seats, MNS party has won 1 seat and the others won 28 seats respectively.

Assembly Constituencies BJP Shiva Sena Congress NCP MNS Others
288 105 56 44 54 1 28

Preliminary Results Live 288/288

BJP is leading in 102 seats, Shive Sena is leading in 60 seats, NCP is leading in 54 seats, Congress is leading in 38 seats, the MNs party is leading in 1 seat, AIMIM is leading in 5 seats and the others are leading in 28 seats.

Assembly Constituencies BJP Shiva Sena Congress NCP MNS AIMIM Others
288 102 60 38 54 1 5 28
Assembly Constituencies BJP Shiva Sena Congress NCP MNS AIMIM Others
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2019 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Election Results Constituency Wise:

ACNO Assembly Constituency Winner/Party
1 Akkalkuwa ST  
2 Shahada ST  
3 Nandurbar ST  
4 Navapur ST  
5 Sakri ST  
6 Dhule Rural None  
7 Dhule City None  
8 Sindkheda None  
9 Shirpur ST  
10 Chopda ST  
11 Raver None  
12 Bhusawal SC  
13 Jalgaon City None  
14 Jalgaon Rural None  
15 Amalner None  
16 Erandol None  
17 Chalisgaon None  
18 Pachora None  
19 Jamner None  
20 Muktainagar None  
21 Malkapur None  
22 Buldhana None  
23 Chikhali None  
24 Sindkhed Raja None  
25 Mehkar SC  
26 Khamgaon None  
27 Jalgaon (Jamod) None  
28 Akot None  
29 Balapur None  
30 Akola West None  
31 Akola East None  
32 Murtizapur SC  
33 Risod None  
34 Washim SC  
35 Karanja None  
36 Dhamangaon Railway None  
37 Badnera None  
38 Amravati None  
39 Teosa None  
40 Daryapur SC  
41 Melghat ST  
42 Achalpur None  
43 Morshi None  
44 Arvi None  
45 Deoli None  
46 Hinganghat None  
47 Wardha None  
48 Katol None  
49 Savner None  
50 Hingna None  
51 Umred SC  
52 Nagpur South West None  
53 Nagpur South None  
54 Nagpur East None  
55 Nagpur Central None  
56 Nagpur West None  
57 Nagpur North SC  
58 Kamthi None  
59 Ramtek None  
60 Tumsar None  
61 Bhandara SC  
62 Sakoli None  
63 Arjuni Morgaon SC  
64 Tirora None  
65 Gondiya None  
66 Amgaon ST  
67 Armori ST  
68 Gadchiroli ST  
69 Aheri ST  
70 Rajura None  
71 Chandrapur SC  
72 Ballarpur None  
73 Brahmapuri None  
74 Chimur None  
75 Warora None  
76 Wani None  
77 Ralegaon ST  
78 Yavatmal None  
79 Digras None  
80 Arni ST  
81 Pusad None  
82 Umarkhed SC  
83 Kinwat None  
84 Hadgaon None  
85 Bhokar None  
86 Nanded North None  
87 Nanded South None  
88 Loha None  
89 Naigaon None  
90 Deglur SC  
91 Mukhed None  
92 Basmath None  
93 Kalamnuri None  
94 Hingoli None  
95 Jintur None  
96 Parbhani None  
97 Gangakhed None  
98 Pathri None  
99 Partur None  
100 Ghansawangi None  
101 Jalna None  
102 Badnapur SC  
103 Bhokardan None  
104 Sillod None  
105 Kannad None  
106 Phulambri None  
107 Aurangabad Central None  
108 Aurangabad West SC  
109 Aurangabad East None  
110 Paithan None  
111 Gangapur None  
112 Vaijapur None  
113 Nandgaon None  
114 Malegaon Central None  
115 Malegaon Outer None  
116 Baglan ST  
117 Kalvan ST  
118 Chandvad None  
119 Yewla None  
120 Sinnar None  
121 Niphad None  
122 Dindori ST  
123 Nashik East None  
124 Nashik Central None  
125 Nashik West None  
126 Deolali SC  
127 Igatpuri ST  
128 Dahanu ST  
129 Vikramgad ST  
130 Palghar ST  
131 Boisar ST  
132 Nalasopara None  
133 Vasai None  
134 Bhiwandi Rural ST  
135 Shahapur ST  
136 Bhiwandi West None  
137 Bhiwandi East None  
138 Kalyan West None  
139 Murbad None  
140 Ambernath SC  
141 Ulhasnagar None  
142 Kalyan East None  
143 Dombivali None  
144 Kalyan Rural None  
145 Mira Bhayandar None  
146 Ovala-Majiwada None  
147 Kopri-Pachpakhadi None  
148 Thane None  
149 Mumbra-Kalwa None  
150 Airoli None  
151 Belapur None  
152 Borivali None  
153 Dahisar None  
154 Magathane None  
155 Mulund None  
156 Vikhroli None  
157 Bhandup West None  
158 Jogeshwari East None  
159 Dindoshi None  
160 Kandivali East None  
161 Charkop None  
162 Malad West None  
163 Goregaon None  
164 Versova None  
165 Andheri West None  
166 Andheri East None  
167 Vile Parle None  
168 Chandivali None  
169 Ghatkopar West None  
170 Ghatkopar East None  
171 Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar None  
172 Anushakti Nagar None  
173 Chembur None  
174 Kurla SC  
175 Kalina None  
176 Vandre East None  
177 Vandre West None  
178 Dharavi SC  
179 Sion Koliwada None  
180 Wadala None  
181 Mahim None  
182 Worli None  
183 Shivadi None  
184 Byculla None  
185 Malabar Hill None  
186 Mumbadevi None  
187 Colaba None  
188 Panvel None  
189 Karjat None  
190 Uran None  
191 Pen None  
192 Alibag None  
193 Shrivardhan None  
194 Mahad None  
195 Junnar None  
196 Ambegaon None  
197 Khed Alandi None  
198 Shirur None  
199 Daund None  
200 Indapur None  
201 Baramati None  
202 Purandar None  
203 Bhor None  
204 Maval None  
205 Chinchwad None  
206 Pimpri SC  
207 Bhosari None  
208 Vadgaon Sheri None  
209 Shivajinagar None  
210 Kothrud None  
211 Khadakwasala None  
212 Parvati None  
213 Hadapsar None  
214 Pune Cantonment SC  
215 Kasba Peth None  
216 Akole ST  
217 Sangamner None  
218 Shirdi None  
219 Kopargaon None  
220 Shrirampur SC  
221 Nevasa None  
222 Shevgaon None  
223 Rahuri None  
224 Parner None  
225 Ahmednagar City None  
226 Shrigonda None  
227 Karjat Jamkhed None  
228 Georai None  
229 Majalgaon None  
230 Beed None  
231 Ashti None  
232 Kaij SC  
233 Parli None  
234 Latur Rural None  
235 Latur City None  
236 Ahmadpur None  
237 Udgir SC  
238 Nilanga None  
239 Ausa None  
240 Umarga SC  
241 Tuljapur None  
242 Osmanabad None  
243 Paranda None  
244 Karmala None  
245 Madha None  
246 Barshi None  
247 Mohol SC  
248 Solapur City North None  
249 Solapur City Central None  
250 Akkalkot None  
251 Solapur South None  
252 Pandharpur None  
253 Sangole None  
254 Malshiras SC  
255 Phaltan SC  
256 Wai None  
257 Koregaon None  
258 Man None  
259 Karad North None  
260 Karad South None  
261 Patan None  
262 Satara None  
263 Dapoli None  
264 Guhagar None  
265 Chiplun None  
266 Ratnagiri None  
267 Rajapur None  
268 Kankavli None  
269 Kudal None  
270 Sawantwadi None  
271 Chandgad None  
272 Radhanagari None  
273 Kagal None  
274 Kolhapur South None  
275 Karvir None  
276 Kolhapur North None  
277 Shahuwadi None  
278 Hatkanangle SC  
279 Ichalkaranji None  
280 Shirol None  
281 Miraj SC  
282 Sangli None  
283 Islampur None  
284 Shirala None  
285 Palus-Kadegaon None  
286 Khanapur None  
287 Tasgaon-Kavathe Mahankal None  
288 Jat None  

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